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Green Policy

At The Spey – Bed & Breakfast, we want to ensure our impact on the environment is kept to a minimum. By implementing as many sustainable practices as possible, we hope to ensure the continual enjoyment of the Cairngorms National Park for generations to come.

Where possible we try to:

Reduce waste by recycling the following : glass, plastic, tins, cans, aluminum, paper, cardboard.

Reuse and recycle household textiles and furniture by using free cycle websites and buying second hand.

Monitor our energy and water usage by using low energy light bulbs, switching off lights, turning off stand by switches, turning off radiators when rooms are unoccupied, buying A rated appliances, encouraging our environmental policy for towels and bed linen and use of dual flush toilets.

Use local produce and suppliers for as many breakfast ingredients as possible.

Use fair trade products where possible.

Minimise food waste by asking guests to order preferences in advance of preparation.

Encourage walkers and cyclists to borrow maps and books and utilise the cycle storage available.

Encourage guests to use local shops, cafés and restaurants.

Birds are encouraged to use the feeders in the garden and we provide information on the local species for guests.

Continually look at ways to improve our commitment to green issues.

Green Policy

At The Spey – Bed & Breakfast, we want to ensure our impact on the environment is kept to a minimum. By implementing as many sustainable practices as possible, we hope to ensure the continual enjoyment of the Cairngorms National Park for generations to come.

Where possible we try to:

Reduce waste by recycling the following : glass, plastic, tins, cans, aluminum, paper, cardboard.

Reuse and recycle household textiles and furniture by using free cycle websites and buying second hand.

Monitor our energy and water usage by using low energy light bulbs, switching off lights, turning off stand by switches, turning off radiators when rooms are unoccupied, buying A rated appliances, encouraging our environmental policy for towels and bed linen and use of dual flush toilets.

Use local produce and suppliers for as many breakfast ingredients as possible.

Use fair trade products where possible.

Minimise food waste by asking guests to order preferences in advance of preparation.

Encourage walkers and cyclists to borrow maps and books and utilise the cycle storage available.

Encourage guests to use local shops, cafés and restaurants.

Birds are encouraged to use the feeders in the garden and we provide information on the local species for guests.

Continually look at ways to improve our commitment to green issues.